The Las Vegas Artists’ Guild has announced Lynne Adamson Adrian as the featured artist for January. “Menagerie” is a collection of animal and figurative art with special attention to detail. Acrylic and mixed media works with a focus on color and texture.
Join the LVAG for a gathering of artists and art lovers for the opening of their January show on Thursday, January 23, from 6 to 9 p.m. in the LVAG Gallery located inside Galleria at Sunset, Suite 2109, second floor near Dillard’s
There will be over 100 paintings plus sculpture, pottery and fused glass with something for everyone. Enjoy refreshments and the opportunity to talk to many of the artists about their work and inspiration. “Menagerie” will be on display through February 16 along with LVAG members’ art.
The LVAG Gallery hours are Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The Las Vegas Artists’ Guild has been a driving force in the Las Vegas art community since 1996 with hundreds of members. The new LVAG Gallery is located at the Galleria at Sunset with a stunning exhibition space for the members and features over 100 works of art. Various mediums are presented including oil and acrylic paintings, sculptures, glass, photography, and more.
With monthly meetings, workshops and various art shows, the LVAG strives to offer education in the arts and opportunities for artists to fulfill artistic dreams. A weekly event, Saturday Night Live Art and Music, is a public meet and greet with live music, art demonstrations, and refreshments.
The Las Vegas Artists’ Guild is a 501(c)3 nonprofit arts organization. The Roberto Rico Scholarship Fund and the Dale Karr Scholarship Fund are two of the ongoing programs that the LVAG implements to support worthy art projects that are in need. The board members are all volunteers who donate their time and energy to the guild.
“The LVAG motto is ‘Artists Helping Artists’ and it’s my pleasure to work for such an amazing group of artists who want to grow artistically. Their passion for the Las Vegas Valley art scene is amazing,” says Las Vegas Artists’ Guild President, Jacie Urquidi-Maynard.
“We are very excited to have the Las Vegas Artists Guild as a retailer at the Galleria at Sunset. We feel that community involvement and supporting the arts is essential to maintaining the culture of the Las Vegas Valley,” adds Jamie Cooper, CMD Marketing Director of the Galleria at Sunset.
The Las Vegas Artists’ Guild and The LVAG Gallery information may be found by visiting LVArtistsGuild.org.